Grange Farm Brighstone Bay

UK England South East England Isle Of Wight

  • Electrical hook-ups
  • Children’s playground
  • Laundry
  • Dogs welcome
  • Short walk to pub
  • Beaches nearby
  • Good walks nearby
Grange Farm's choice of self-catering cottage barns, static caravans and tents make it an ideal base for an island holiday.

Situated midway along the southwest coast, Grange Farm, with a choice of self-catering cottage barns, static caravans or traditional campsites, is an ideal base for an island holiday. Overlooking Grange Chine and with its own access to the sandy beach that forms part of Brighstone Bay, there’s a secluded, relaxed and friendly atmosphere. The excellent facilities are extensive and there are plenty of provisions for children with a large playground and lots of happy animals to engage with – including alpacas, pygmy goats, micro-pigs, and even a relatively docile buffalo. The owners have put a lot of care into providing an enjoyable experience, which draws people back year after year.

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The Owner Says

Welcome to Grange Farm. Brighstone Bay, Isle of Wight! We are one of the few unspoilt, non-commercialised coastal sites with unpolluted sea air, situated on the beautiful south-west coast, with easy access to our sandy beach and picturesque views of our Chine and Brighstone Forest. The whole area is ideal for cycling, fishing, fossil hunting – a walkers paradise. An ideal family holiday for camping or self-catering in our static caravans or converted barns. We are a small family run working farm and have many unusual friendly animals including: Alpacas, Micro-pigs, kune-kune pigs, goats, horse, donkeys, water buffalo, sheep, poultry etc. We offer 4 cottages / barn conversions. Static caravans, Camping, Camping Pods & Hardstanding with water-waste.

Our favourite spot

Tents, campervans, caravans, dogs (in caravans) – yes. Groups – sometimes, by arrangement.

The local area

Head out surfing/paragliding/kite-surfing, or take it easy exploring nearby Newport, whose Roman remains can be supplemented by the Roman villa at Brading (01983 406223), which has a visitor centre and museum. Cowes is also one of the isle's liveliest towns. Treat yourself to a visual extravaganza of water, beach, urban, air and land sports at the annual White Air Extreme Sports Festival.

Best local places to eat and drink

The Blacksmiths Arms (01983 529263), a little way inland near Newport, serves food and has a pleasant beer garden. English wine’s come a long way. Check out the local vino at Adgestone Vineyard (01983 402503) in Sandown, one of the oldest vineyards in the UK, half a mile from the Roman villa at Brading. The Three Bishops (01983 740226) is a decent family-friendly pub, serving traditional fayre plus it has a pool table and fireplace.

Why stay with us?

Campfires allowed on the beach below. Two fields with 60 pitches, most with hook-ups; extra Cool Camping Field only open for 28 days in July/August. A heated block has 15 showers, a coin-operated bath, toilets, and washing-up sinks. Laundry, hairdryers, phone and drinks machine. They also offer self-catering in a variety of onsite barn conversions and static caravans.

Accommodation

Standard (under 6m), large pitch (over 6m) with or without electric hook-up. 5 wooden camping pods also available. There is also an overspill field open in high season. All boast stunning sea views.

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Price

Camping from £10–£15, cottages £410-1315 a week

Opening Times

March–Nov

Location

Contact Website Grange Farm Brighstone Bay, Brighstone Bay, Isle of Wight PO30 4DA

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Getting There

From Fishbourne/Cowes follow signs to Newport then Carisbrooke. At Carisbrooke take the A3323 to Shorwell and Brighstone. Just before Brighstone, turn left by the church and follow New Road all the way to the end. Grange Farm is opposite. From Yarmouth, follow signs to Freshwater Bay, then follow the A3055 for 5 miles, looking out for Grange Farm on the right.

From Yarmouth/Newport, take bus 7 to Brighstone. Get off at the Three Bishops and walk to the site.

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